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Improving Biodiversity Conservation of Wetlands and Migratory Waterbirds in the ASEAN Region – Phase I

Improving Biodiversity Conservation

Background

The project supported the conduct of two network meetings, six national planning workshops, and participation of the ASEAN Flyway Network in the 10th Meeting of Partners of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership. Singapore, through the National Parks Board, served as the project’s technical lead.

Duration
December 2017 to June 2020
Budget
Implementing Partners
Government of Japan through the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF)

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Objectives

The project focused on the following objectives:
a well-functioning ASEAN Flyway Network (AFN)
improved knowledge of wetlands and migratory waterbirds in ASEAN.

COMPONENTS

Establishment of a regional network to strengthen the conservation of wetland habitats and migratory waterbirds in ASEAN
  1. network meetings
  2. national planning workshops
  3. a physical network of site-managers and maintained communication and coordination
Implementation of baseline and biodiversity monitoring surveys of existing and potential flyway sites and priority coastal areas
  1. support to baseline and biodiversity monitoring surveys of flyway network sites, including monitoring of conservation actions and threats
  2. support to baseline surveys for 10 identified potential priority sites for inclusion to the flyway network
  3. priority coastal sites to identify wetlands of international importance for migratory waterbirds

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